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Students identify and describe various organisms living in a pond water environment. They describe the characteristics of living things. Students compare and contrast organisms created by asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction. They classify biotic and abiotic factors in a pond water environment. Students describe the life cycle of various freshwater organisms.
Students describe sexual reproduction in plants, including the process of pollination, how insects assist in pollination, and how pollination differs from fertilization. They also explore the importance of honey bees to Arizona agriculture.
Students develop a game similar to BINGO. They compare the reproduction and embryo development of different organisms while initiating group and cooperative learning. They constuct cards from vocabulary words.
These two pages cover the gamut of topics regarding reproduction and DNA replication. Structures, processes, functions, and reasons for them are tested here. The questions are mostly multiple choice, but there are also a few short-answer questions requiring the application of knowledge
Students work with and identify the color yellow and who was the painter Vincent van Gogh. They identify van Gogh's painting, "Sunflowers," and identify how van Gogh used wiggly lines and liked to glob on the paint. Students also make reproduction of van Gogh's "Sunflowers," and recognize the yellow in the sunflowers.
Children of all ages examine original art in an art gallery. They view art at an art gallery, then view reproductions, and compare and contrast the two works of art.
In this plant science learning exercise, learners complete 45 multiple choice questions on plant reproduction and different plants of a plant.
Students study characteristics of the Kalahari Desert, and the biological adaptations that enhance lions' survival and reproductive success. They, in groups, produce a mural depicting life in the Kalahari Desert.
Students investigate the structures of the external and internal anatomy of the frog. In this frog dissection lesson plan, students observe and label the internal structures of the frog's mouth on a diagram and answer questions. They dissect and examine the internal features of the frog's circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, excretory system and reproductive system. They answer 46 questions while dissecting the frog.
In this genetics worksheet, students answer a variety of questions about inheritance, DNA, the genetic code, genes, sexual and asexual reproduction, mutations, protein synthesis and genetic engineering.
Students discover the reproductive parts of a plant.  In this biology lesson plan, students identify and categorize several different plants they dissect in class.  Students record their information using a data chart.
Students describe the different stages of cell division and reproduction. In this biology lesson, students discuss meiosis and the different stages. They differentiate between mitosis and meiosis.
Students continue their examination of sexual reproduction and proper care. After reading a case study, they share their reactions and answer discussion questions. They are taught how to do monthly breast self-examinations for girls and testicular self-exams for boys. They also share reasons why teenagers are unlikely to go to the doctor.
Students investigate the male and female reproductive anatomy. The terminology is defined by them and the goal is to make them more comfortable using it in the classroom for academic purposes. Students conduct class discussion of the differences in anatomy for males and females.
Fifth graders work in teams to play a game enabling them to identify the basic components of the female human reproductive system. They view an overhead that describes menstruation and discuss their knowledge of the female reproductive system.
Learners explore coral life cycles. For this coral ecosystems lesson, students view videos explaining the life cycle of coral, including examples of sexual and asexual reproduction. Learners read a related article cooperatively in groups, each group reading and summarizing a paragraph. Students work in groups to create a dramatization of coral reproduction.
Learners study technology and the different reproductive technologies available today.  In this human reproductive technology lesson students describe how engineers create technologies to improve the health of mothers and babies. 
Students compare and contrast common reproductive strategies used by benthic invertebrates. They describe the most common reproductive strategies among benthic invertebrates on a seamount, and explain why these strategi
Students study fungus, its reproduction and uses.  In this eukaryote lesson plan students complete several fungal experiments.     
Students investigate the concept of plant reproduction. They create lists and engage in discussion to tap prior knowledge. The teacher scaffolds the exercise by providing background information for the instructional activity. They identify some basic structures of plants and sketch them on paper.

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